India shouldn’t defame, misinterpret China, says state-run newspaper
NEW DELHI: China’s state-run media is still smarting from its country being blamed for blocking India’s membership to the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), and it has again resorted to pulling up India which it says shouldn’t “misinterpret and defame China.”
“India had better put more efforts into figuring out how to obtain international trust rather than misinterpreting and defaming China,” says an editorial today in the Chinese state-run Global Times .
india – 3 mins ago
This is not the India of the past, That was projected weak and on the knees of other countries mercy. This is a much more confident India which knows how to get what it wants, it”s diplomacy going high. Knows how to isolate its enemies and its supporters
A strong message to both China and Pakistan..
Dont worry China, we supported by 44 nation and u by 3, its tells the story that”s who is the trust worthy.
China is realising its mistake now and hopefully they will co operate with us in future
People should boycot made in china product as govt cant boycot china product
Why is this paper obsessed with what China thinks? Just ignore them and focus on your own needs.
Chinkis are talking about trust. Joke of the Day.
High on dope
China should understand that a lot of things have changed since 1962 and particularly after the new BJP Govt. has taken over. India will take more assertiveness against China on such issues of concern and it isn”t going to be a easy cakewalk to China over India anymore.
Balachandran Nair V
China and Pakistan are not trustworthy and so we must always be careful while dealing with these countries
to be simply put it china is jealous of the progress india is making in various front